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ASSESSMENT RUBRIC

Student Name:

Strands: Year Level: Reception

Subject: Mathematics Measurement &
Term: 3, 2018
Geometry, Number

Conceptual understanding: Objects can be compares using mass and length

Context: This term we explored strategies for ways to measure objects and ways to compare objects. We looked at
informal ways to measure objects from shortest to longest and then compared objects to describe if they were
shorter than or longer than. We used counters to determine and measure the length of everyday objects within
the classroom. We looked at mass and compared objects to see if they were heavier than or lighter than and
ordered objects from lightest to heaviest. We grouped items into base 10 groups, counting by groups of 10s and
left over groups of 1s.

Strategy checklist:
o Sorting objects - from shortest to longest, lightest to heaviest
o Measuring objects informally (using counters)
o Comparing objects using language - shorter than and longer than, lighter than and heavier than
o Grouping items into base 10 to count groups eg 10, 20 with 3 left over = 23

Please refer to the following work samples on Seesaw:

 Video- Sorting everyday classroom items

Assessment of progress towards the Reception achievement standard:

By the end of Beginning Developing Competent Proficient Highly
Reception students: Developed
Attempts to Mostly can Sequences objects Sequences objects Sequences objects
sequence objects in sequence objects in in order or length in order or length in order or length
order of length order of length (shortest to longest) (shortest to (shortest to longest)
Compare objects
(shortest to longest) (shortest to longest) longest) and can and can use
using length
compare items language shorter
based on length than or longer than
to compare items
Compare objects Attempts to Mostly can Sequences objects Sequences objects Sequences objects
using mass sequence objects in sequence objects in in order of mass in order or length in order or length
order of weight order of weight (lightest to heaviest) (shortest to (shortest to longest)
(lightest to heaviest) (lightest to heaviest) longest) and can and can use
compare items language heavier
based on mass than or lighter than
to compare items
Model numbers Attempts to model Models numbers to Models numbers to Models numbers Models number
using the Base 10 numbers to 10 using 10 using a number 20 using a number up to 100 on a beyond 100 on a
place value system a number line or ten line or ten frame. line or ten frames number line, ten number line, ten-
(PYP, Phase 2) frame. frame or with MAB frame or with MAB
blocks. blocks.

Australian Curriculum Content descriptor:

Use direct and indirect comparisons to decide which is longer, heavier or holds more, and explain reasoning in everyday
language (ACMMG006 )
Compare, order and make correspondences between collections, initially to 20, and explain reasoning (ACMNA289 -
Scootle )